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The home of Katherine Gorge boasts amazing landscapes, thermal pools, parks, and a number of shopping centres. The town features historical destinations like the Old Train Station, Katherine Museum, School of the Air and Springvale Homestead. You may be lucky enough to see the endangered Orange Horseshoe Bat from the town. Visitors to Katherine can enjoy camping, canoeing, fishing, bush-walking, swimming and exploring some of the surrounding regions. Katherine is easily reachable on a roadtrip from Alice Springs or Darwin.
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Big4 Katherine Holiday Park is located at 20 Shadforth Road, not too far from the local Visitor Information Centre and Domestic Airport. Within a natural bush setting, the park features barbecue facilities, bar, camp kitchen, car parking spaces, vehicle wash facilities, communal kitchen, communal refrigerator, cots, entertainment, gas, ice, iron, Internet kiosk, laundry, non-smoking floor, spa, restaurant, tour desk, public telephone and outdoor swimming pool. Unpowered sites, powered sites and self-contained cabins are the accommodations that the park offers.
Knotts Crossing Resort is an award-winning venue that offers a wide range of accommodation such as powered caravan sites, cabins, village units, standard motel rooms, deluxe motel rooms, family rooms, executive rooms and executive suites. The park is situated at the corner of Giles and Cameron Streets, featuring beautiful tropical gardens, ATM, bar, barbecue facilities, camp kitchen, car parking spaces, courtesy transfer, conference facilities, vehicle wash facilities, cots, dry cleaning, entertainment, gas, high chair, ice, wireless Internet access, iron, kiosk, laundry, pay/satellite television, shop, spa, tour desk, restaurant and outdoor swimming pool.
Manbulloo Homestead Caravan Park lies along Victoria Highway. The park is also a working cattle property, allowing its guests to engage in several activities like bird watching, bush walking, fishing, and spotting wildlife. Your pets are allowed in the venue, which offers accommodations such as unpowered sites, powered sites, lodge, cabins and motel rooms. Its campsite facilities include a barbecue area, camp kitchen, car parking spaces, communal kitchen, communal refrigerator, ice, iron, laundry, TV/lounge area and public telephone.
Nitmiluk Caravan Park is nestled within the beautiful Nitmiluk National Park (Katherine Gorge). Abundant flora, fauna and impressive natural landscapes grace the surroundings of the park. The park offers unpowered camping site, powered site and Nitmiluk Tent Village rooms. Its campsite facilities are the following: ATM, barbecue facilities, boat ramp, camp kitchen, car park, communal kitchen, communal refrigerator, communal shower, gardens, gas, ice, broadband Internet access, kiosk, laundry, walking tracks and outdoor swimming pool.
Springvale Homestead Tourist Park is located along Shadforth Road. The establishment has history dating back to 1880, making it the Northern Territory's oldest homestead. The park is not too far from the town's Visitor Information Centre and Domestic Airport. Bar, barbecue facilities, camp kitchen, courtesy transfer, car parking spaces, gas, ice, iron, kiosk, laundry, restaurant, tour desk and outdoor swimming pool are all offered on site. Accommodations include unpowered site, powered site and wide variety of rooms to suit every customer's budget. Reception is open everyday with 12pm standard check in time and 10am for standard check out.
Biddlecombe Cascade could be reached via taking the Jatbula Trail of Nitmiluk National Park. The site is one of the finest natural swimming venues in town with a beautiful waterfall and rock pools. Visitors can camp on the sandy area not too far from the cascade.
Flora River Nature Park is located 135 kilometers south west of Katherine. Visitors can camp, canoe, fish, animal viewing and bush walking within its area. The park's highlights include its abundant flora, deep pools, springs, waterfalls and beautiful habitat for wildlife.
Jatbula Trail is a popular 58 kilometre trail that stretches from Nitmiluk Visitor Centre until Edith Falls within the town of Katherine, Northern Territory, Australia. The attraction is popular with both tourist and locals for the beautiful scenery that it offers that also include the Jawoyn Aboriginal rock art and natural waterfalls. It may take a person four to five hours to finish walking through the trail but the experience would surely be wonderful.
Katherine Art Gallery is situated at 12 Katherine Terrace, Katherine. The venue features a number of exemplary collections of Aboriginal Arts by artist coming from different parts within the region as well as artworks from other Australian regions like the Arnhem Land, Central Western Desert and Western Australia.
Katherine Hot Springs is located at Riverbank Drive, Katherine. The site is natural and is nestled within the banks of Katherine River. The site's guests could also get to picnic near the pool and leisure walk at the walking tracks within the site.